Coles Creek Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"One of many public camping areas in St. Lawrence County, Coles Creek State Park is named for the smaller waterway immediately to the east, although many of the sites here overlook the St. Lawrence Seaway itself. Six shower houses and comfort stations are divided among four groups of sites, many of which are well shaded. Others are in the open, however, so check before reserving if a bit of shelter and/or privacy is important. Note that some sites are designated as pet-free and dogs are not welcome on the beach or in public picnic areas. Although Coles Creek lacks trails, bird watchers who wander away from the crowds might be lucky enough to spot an osprey, a northern harrier, or a bald eagle soaring above the campground. The park also regularly holds a catch-and-release carp fishing tournament."